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Anoushka Ratnarajah, Annelies Becu | Two leaders of the UBC student council are threatened with impeachment after they file a complaint with the United Nations against the British Columbian and federal governments over tuition fee hikes.
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Mike Yam | Ontario students are are forming alliances with anti-poverty groups to address the high costs of tuition and cuts to public programs.
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Carlye Cunniff | The UBC student body has voted down a motion to include a disability representative on the council, enraging students concerned with the rights and visibility of marginalized groups on campus.
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Canadian Federation of Students
Andrew Brett | At last week's national general meeting of the Canadian Federation of Students, delegates rejected a series of motions put forward by members participating in a coordinated defederation campaign.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Student groups come together to put on a week-long series of HIV/AIDS related events in celebration of World AIDS Day, December 1.
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UAEM students with banner, "got biogenerics?"
Andreas Pilarinos | UAEM Canada attends the advocacy group's international conference at Yale University, and pushes for reform of CAMR.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | In Toronto on Nov.5, thousands of students braved the cold and hale to march for a Poverty-Free Ontario.
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Anti-rape image
Alana Zacher, Anoushka Ratnarajah | How an article published in a campus newspaper highlighted students' apathy towards the severity of sexual violence.
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Katherine Giroux-Bougard | The vast majority of students will face tuition fee increases when they return to school next week, and it's putting post-secondary education out of reach of many Canadians.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Five years ago, the first Israel Apartheid Week took place, organized by the Palestine solidarity movement at the University of Toronto. This year, the week was marked by activists across Canada.
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Justin Podur | Perhaps Ignatieff could have started from the assumption that only Western peoples are fully human. From this assumption, many of his conclusions follow.
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Ian Boyko | The economic downturn presents the Canadian and provincial governments with an array of possibilities to use public education as fuel for the economic engine and an instrument to reduce inequality.